This silver serving tray shines atop the fluffy white linens in this bedroom showcasing a breakfast of fresh cantaloupe, toast and orange juice. The matching silver teapot and cream dish complete the set, and a vase of lavender adds a soft touch of purple.
Dress cold, bare dorm room floors with indoor-outdoor rugs that are inexpensive and hold up to a lot of traffic and spills. Here, we layered a black polypropylene rug on top of a larger sisal rug to add style and texture to the space. The black rug allows the white table top to pop, while the additional rugs compliment the light gold and turquoise tones of the breakfast tray.
Short on storage? Try this DIY shelf hack. We turned two wall shelves into a mobile coffee table by adding two sets of casters and mending plates. It can hold makeup, games, craft supplies and more! And when you need more space, you can simply roll it under the bed.
This dreamy hanging canopy bed sits oceanside and provides the comforts of a typical bedroom with the added benefit of an ocean view. A small table provides the ideal spot for a breakfast tray, while surrounding palm trees provide the perfect tropical touch.
A brown leather sofa matches a dark wooden coffee table in front of the neutral living room walls. Orange throw pillows and a contrasting patterned blue pillow add color to the room. Two scenic photos and a bright blue breakfast tray pull repeat the hue.
Throw pillows with a glossy finish give a reflective quality to the neutral sofa. A gray leather upholstered coffee table displays stacked breakfast trays and vases for simple and sophisticated decor. Asian wall art adds a touch of green against the neutral tones in the design.
Smooth gray cabinetry is topped with a white marble countertop for a sophisticated and timeless bathroom design. Mirrors are mounted above the built in sinks forming double vanities separated by an attractive breakfast tray display featuring white orchids. A black and white hand towel adds a simple decorative contrast to the room.
Inexpensive painted trays, which were popular in the 1950s and 1960s and are still made today, can bring a farmhouse motif to a kitchen, breakfast nook or adjacent area. Small silhouettes often are bargain-priced at vintage and antiques shops, or you can make your own by printing silhouette-style clip art and placing it in small wooden frames. Pick three or four types of objects, such as silhouettes, blue-and-white serving platters, trays and resin horns, and arrange them in a composition, says Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques."